Computing and IT and Psychology (Honours)

The Open University

Course Information

With this Computing and IT and Psychology (Honours) from The Open University, you can specialise in an area of computing and IT and combine it with psychology, dividing your time equally between subjects. You’ll learn how psychological research addresses real-life issues – such as designing computing and mobile systems in ways that promote their acceptance and effective use.

Key features of the course

– Offers a 50:50 split between computing & IT and psychology
– Provides a choice of computing & IT topics to focus on
– Accredited by BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT
Career relevance
Computing and IT professionals are in demand by providers (such as software houses) and user organisations alike. Organisations increasingly value IT teams with skills relevant to wider contexts in addition to technical ability. This degree will open the way for careers in sectors including retail, finance and commerce, leisure and gaming, telecommunications, broadcast media, digital media, manufacturing, transport, tourism, government, health, education, and the voluntary sector.

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